A public service announcement for anyone interested in adding a variety of views on the Middle East to their Twitter feed. Thirteen suggestions just to get you started.
1. Get the rundown on Israel’s police activities from Foreign Press Spokesman, Micky Rosenfeld. All business, no play; won’t clog your feed too much.
2. Claiming to keep you informed on what is really going on in Israel and the Middle East, Zion Square’s website is still in Beta stage, but seems to be doing a great job on airing interesting and diverse viewpoints. Ditto for Zion Square on Twitter.
4. For Reuters’ journalist in Jerusalem, follow Dan Williams.
5. On the Times of Israel, he needs no introduction. In case you’re not already, which is hard to believe if you have an inkling of interest in the Middle East, follow David Horovitz. The list just wouldn’t be complete without him on it.
6. Like Horovitz, Sarah Tuttle-Singer should be well known to Times of Israel readers. Just be forewarned that she mixes the personal into her tweets… and she tweets a lot… always witty… and the language… yeah, not so much.
11. The official account, but tweets are his own. The PM’s spokesperson, Mark Regev.
That’s all for now, folks. Of course there are plenty more to add, but this is just for the newbies to get their feet wet.